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Ottawa Allocates Over $50 Million for New Ag Program

FEB 12

The federal government has earmarked over $50 million for a new program aimed at helping the agricultural sector address emerging issues and capitalize on new opportunities.

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MAP: Prairie Drought Persists, Expands in January

FEB 11

Pockets of drought in Western Canada persisted or even expanded in January, as precipitation during the month was well below average.

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Producers Embrace Technology but Want Control: Survey

FEB 06

Farmers are cautious when it comes to sharing their data, but that doesn’t mean they don’t appreciate the potential for agriculture information technology to improve their farm operations, according to a recent Farm Credit...

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Map: Dry Prairie Areas Staying Dry

FEB 04

With the calendar now flipping over to February, precipitation has remained relatively scarce through much of the eastern Prairie and southern Alberta.

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Ontario Announces Changes to Loan Program to Assist Corn Producers

FEB 01

The Ontario government on Friday announced changes to the Commodity Loan Guarantee Program (CLGP) aimed at assisting those producers with high vomitoxin levels in their 2018 corn crop.

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Chart: Canadian Dollar Near Three-Month Highs

FEB 01

Following a strong start to the New Year, and then a setback, the Canadian dollar is motoring higher once again.

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Plant-Based Protein Demand Rising in U.S.

JAN 29

In yet more evidence of the rising popularity of plant-based protein, demand from U.S. foodservice operators increased 20% last year, according to market research company, NPD Group.

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Lentil, Chickpea Area to Fall; Peas to Hold Steady

JAN 25

Canadian dry pea planted area is projected to hold up in 2019, while lentils – and especially chickpeas – see marked declines.

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Little Excitement in Mustard, as World Competition Grows

JAN 24

A rebound in Canadian mustard production in 2018 is unlikely to be sustained in 2019 as spot prices are generating little producer interest, despite tight domestic supplies.

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New Food Guide Gives a Boost to Plant-Based Protein

JAN 22

Canada’s newly released food guide is suggesting consumers get more of their protein through plants.

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Iowa Farmland Values Edge Lower in Last Half of 2018

JAN 21

With nationwide farm income on the decline, U.S. farmland values in a key Midwest production state are showing signs of weakness as well.

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Consumer Impression of Agriculture Slips

JAN 21

After previous gains, Canadian producers have ceded some ground in the battle for the hearts and minds of consumers.

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Canadian Canola Trade on Edge over Chinese Tensions

JAN 17

Canadian canola exports to China are facing uncertainty, as concerns mount that political tensions between the two countries could spill into trade.

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